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Jess's Daily Q - 10/13/10 (Edited 10/12/10 06:00PM by Jess)
These are questions I pull from my "Question of the Day" status updates in Facebook...if you're friends with me on Facebook and feel like answering in both places, please do!

I wish it was Friday...not because I really care what day it is, but wouldn't it be cool to be Friday the 13th in October? ooooohh...

Anyway, for some reason I was thinking of some of my favorite movies, and how some of them have parts or endings that are somewhat disturbing. For example - Lucky Number Slevin is an all-time favorite. Literally has to be in the top 3 if not 2 at any given moment. However, the specific way that three certain key people are killed in that movie (I won't give it away to those who haven't seen it), makes me literally gasp for air or feel breathless every single time I watch it. And I've dreamt about it...it seriously troubles me. But I still love and watch the movie every chance I get.

Question of the Day: Is there a part or an end to a favorite movie that traumatized you to some degree?

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24%a. The ending of one of my favorite movies...
14%b. A specific part in one of my favorite movies...
19%c. Not necessarily a favorite, but a movie I like...
29%d. I'm not bothered by many things.
5%e. No movies I enjoy, but I won't watch ____ because ____
10%f. I don't want to play

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#2 | 1283 days ago
John_Daly (+)

The Village, by M.Night Shamaliginain.  If you havent seen it , thats your own fault because its like 7 years old so dont read this if you dont want me to spoil it. The whole time I thought it was set in the late 1800s, and when that blind chick jumps over the wall and a Goddang "Ford Explorer" pulls up, I was like "WHAAAAT THE SH****T??"   It really tripped me out. The first hour of that movie is pure crap, but the end is just insanely awesome.
  
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#1 | 1283 days ago
ferrinhite (+)

The Shining, with the chick out of the shower.
#2 | 1283 days ago
John_Daly (+)

The Village, by M.Night Shamaliginain.  If you havent seen it , thats your own fault because its like 7 years old so dont read this if you dont want me to spoil it. The whole time I thought it was set in the late 1800s, and when that blind chick jumps over the wall and a Goddang "Ford Explorer" pulls up, I was like "WHAAAAT THE SH****T??"   It really tripped me out. The first hour of that movie is pure crap, but the end is just insanely awesome.
#3 | 1283 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
The Village, by M.Night Shamaliginain.  If you havent seen it , thats your own fault because its like 7 years old so dont read this if you dont want me to spoil it. The whole time I thought it was set in the late 1800s, and when that blind chick jumps over the wall and a Goddang "Ford Explorer" pulls up, I was like "WHAAAAT THE SH****T??"   It really tripped me out. The first hour of that movie is pure crap, but the end is just insanely awesome.
 The first hour of that movie is pure crap, but the end is just insanely awesome.

Agreed (why am I whispering?)

A specific part in one of my favorite movies...  
#4 | 1283 days ago
John_Daly (+)

Jess wrote:
 The first hour of that movie is pure crap, but the end is just insanely awesome.

Agreed (why am I whispering?)

Because silence is golden?
#5 | 1283 days ago

The book of Eli.......what the bible really is floored me. i  have had dreams of that scene......
#6 | 1283 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
The Village, by M.Night Shamaliginain.  If you havent seen it , thats your own fault because its like 7 years old so dont read this if you dont want me to spoil it. The whole time I thought it was set in the late 1800s, and when that blind chick jumps over the wall and a Goddang "Ford Explorer" pulls up, I was like "WHAAAAT THE SH****T??"   It really tripped me out. The first hour of that movie is pure crap, but the end is just insanely awesome.
**Spoiler Alert**
It was Bruce Willis the entire time
I'm not bothered by many things.  
#7 | 1283 days ago

(Edited by VIOLET)
The_Real_Stoney wrote:
**Spoiler Alert**
It was Bruce Willis the entire time
Somebody spoiled "The sixth sense" for me years ago, I was about to leave to the cinema and then a friend asked me , what are you going to watch? ..."Sixth Sense"...Oh...right...that one where Bruce Willis is dead.... We decided to go to a different movie and I saw it years later on DVD. Now in my family we say  "Bruce Willis is dead" when someone ruins a surprise
#8 | 1282 days ago

Usual Suspects is one of my favorites
The ending of one of my favorite movies...  
#9 | 1282 days ago

Carrie, yikes for life! 
#10 | 1282 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

 Well it didn't traumatize me, but the end to no way out was really good. 
#11 | 1282 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
Because silence is golden?
No, she's whispering because she is in the movies!
#12 | 1282 days ago

Angel Heart w/ Mickey Rourke & Lisa Bonet. I wasn't traumatized or nothing, but I looked at chickens in a different light for a little while...
#13 | 1282 days ago

There were some parts in Hostel that made me think twice about venturing into Eastern Europe.   
#14 | 1282 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
There were some parts in Hostel that made me think twice about venturing into Eastern Europe.   
I totally agree. Watched that movie the other day with my BF I was like I am never doing that. He just laughed, we will see who laughs last!! 
#15 | 1282 days ago

I'm not sure if if was just the ending of Se7en  that traumatized me or the whole movie. In any case, an excellent ending.
#16 | 1282 days ago

I am usually doing to many other things to get Traumatized by any movie

There is not much in this world that gets to me
I'm not bothered by many things.  
#17 | 1282 days ago
huskerfan_ia (+)

Pay it Forward.

There was no reason for that kid to die... 
Not necessarily a favorite, but a movie I like...  
#18 | 1282 days ago

umm yeah...
-when Samara comes through that tv... it was hilariously awesome to me. a bit creepy.

-The fact that Doug was on the roof the entire time.

-It (nuff said)

-Mrs. Voorhees.. Really?
I'm not bothered by many things.  
#19 | 1282 days ago

originalcrash78 wrote:
Angel Heart w/ Mickey Rourke & Lisa Bonet. I wasn't traumatized or nothing, but I looked at chickens in a different light for a little while...

I love that movie, pretty scary but is one of my favorites of all times.

#20 | 1282 days ago

I usually  laugh at Hollywood, I guess I have a sick sense of humor,,, cant think of anything that traumatized me
#21 | 1282 days ago

When Andy Dufresne crawled through a half mile of sewage to escape Shawshank.
#22 | 1282 days ago

Jaws bothered me a little but nothing serious.
I'm not bothered by many things.  
#23 | 1282 days ago

One of my favorites... Nightmare on Elm Street! 
#24 | 1282 days ago


The end of Goodfella's when Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) turns Rat and agree's to testify against his long time friends ...


Can't trust no damn body these days .......................



I love horror movies and could not think of one that "traumatized" me ever !
The ending of one of my favorite movies...  
#25 | 1282 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:

The end of Goodfella's when Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) turns Rat and agree's to testify against his long time friends ...


Can't trust no damn body these days .......................



I love horror movies and could not think of one that "traumatized" me ever !
 I'm the same way with horror/slasher flicks. I don't "love" them, but they're fun. My husband wouldn't even stop to let me use the restroom the entire time we drove through the Ozarks because he's been "traumatized" from all of the creeptastic movies he's watched. Personally, it's the more realistic type monsters (true stories, serial killers, just the real evil out there) that gets to me.

Copycat is another one. I absolutely love that movie, but it scares the bejeesuz out of me - has me keeping an eye on normal looking strangers.
A specific part in one of my favorite movies...  
#26 | 1282 days ago

Jess wrote:
 I'm the same way with horror/slasher flicks. I don't "love" them, but they're fun. My husband wouldn't even stop to let me use the restroom the entire time we drove through the Ozarks because he's been "traumatized" from all of the creeptastic movies he's watched. Personally, it's the more realistic type monsters (true stories, serial killers, just the real evil out there) that gets to me.

Copycat is another one. I absolutely love that movie, but it scares the bejeesuz out of me - has me keeping an eye on normal looking strangers.

Yep the horror movies with a real life aspect behind them always seem to be able to get a little deeper into your mind and they just have so much more of a " evil " feel to them !   And ya right after watching one of em can have ya looking a little weird at just random people

I like copycat to , have seen it a few times and its one of those movies that even when ya watch it over again it never loses that "feel" it has to it !
The ending of one of my favorite movies...  
#27 | 1282 days ago

I have not been able to eat Soylent Green since I found out it was made of people.
The ending of one of my favorite movies...  
#28 | 1282 days ago

 I always worry that my car won't start whenever I'm leaving the camp at night.
I don't want to play  
#29 | 1282 days ago

oooh... Alpha Dog! (damn)

also, went to watch 300 with a coworker... at the end she goes, they all died? or they didnt have to die...something she said and I was like you know this was based on actual events right? She goes, yeah, but still....
I'm not bothered by many things.  
#30 | 1282 days ago

the ending of the movie quarantine. creeped me out!!
#31 | 1282 days ago

I can't think of a traumatizing ending, but there are several that have always stayed with me.. Lucky Number Slevin was just pretty fantastic.. Memento left me giggling.. Arlington Road was another wonderful f*cked up ending.. Fight Club of course.. The ending of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid helped shape my thoughts on life, and I think there are 100+ more so I'll just stop
I'm not bothered by many things.  
#32 | 1282 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:

Yep the horror movies with a real life aspect behind them always seem to be able to get a little deeper into your mind and they just have so much more of a " evil " feel to them !   And ya right after watching one of em can have ya looking a little weird at just random people

I like copycat to , have seen it a few times and its one of those movies that even when ya watch it over again it never loses that "feel" it has to it !
has anyone ever put 2 and 2 together and realize 7 of the 10 most vicious serial killers of history were " Postal Workers" ???
#33 | 1282 days ago

alainpeartree wrote:
has anyone ever put 2 and 2 together and realize 7 of the 10 most vicious serial killers of history were " Postal Workers" ???


The pressure of the mail .........  it just never stops coming ! 
The ending of one of my favorite movies...  
#34 | 1282 days ago



I know you probably mean like.. now I won't go swimming, or get into a car without checking my backseat.. but this scene here(well right before it, but this is all I could find) not only gives me heartburn, but it makes me want to cry scream and throw up all at once.

I will NEVER get over the fact that this bastage took his hat and he never got it back.  EVER.. THAT WAS HIS BROTHERS!!!!!!!!










Not necessarily a favorite, but a movie I like...  
#35 | 1282 days ago
18packabs (+)

Wild Orchid.
The ending of one of my favorite movies...  
#36 | 1282 days ago

The Mist
#37 | 1282 days ago

old yeller
The ending of one of my favorite movies...  
#38 | 1282 days ago

Saw, The first One When Jigsaw Wakes Up In The End And Walks Away....
Not necessarily a favorite, but a movie I like...  
#39 | 1282 days ago

The Omen, the first one, I haven't seen the remake and I have no intention to do it
#40 | 1281 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
**Spoiler Alert**
It was Bruce Willis the entire time
 Just bought season five of Always Sunny the other day and finally saw that episode.
#41 | 1281 days ago

VIOLET wrote:
The Omen, the first one, I haven't seen the remake and I have no intention to do it
The remake was almost the same as the first just newer...
#42 | 1281 days ago

Green_eyed_Deja wrote:
The remake was almost the same as the first just newer...
So i didn't miss too much  
#43 | 1281 days ago

Jess wrote:
 I'm the same way with horror/slasher flicks. I don't "love" them, but they're fun. My husband wouldn't even stop to let me use the restroom the entire time we drove through the Ozarks because he's been "traumatized" from all of the creeptastic movies he's watched. Personally, it's the more realistic type monsters (true stories, serial killers, just the real evil out there) that gets to me.

Copycat is another one. I absolutely love that movie, but it scares the bejeesuz out of me - has me keeping an eye on normal looking strangers.
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#44 | 1281 days ago

narayanganj2009 wrote:
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I COMPLETELY agree..


Not necessarily a favorite, but a movie I like...  
#45 | 1280 days ago

sports_schmorts wrote:
I COMPLETELY agree..


word.
I'm not bothered by many things.  

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